Join me at AffiKNITy Retreat. I'm so excited to announce me first knitting retreat. Join me, Kate Atherley, Norah Gaughan, Mary Jane Mucklestone and special guest Bristol Ivy for 3 days of knitting in the most beautiful place on earth - Sebasco Harbor Maine. Knit, Learn, Laugh, Repeat
West coast folks, now it's your turn!! Come see me at Vogue Knitting Live Seattle! I'll be debuting my brand new class "Bionic Knitting: Knit Smarter, Faster, Better!". Hope to see you there.
Many classes already sold out! Don't miss out on one of the biggest shows of the year. Join me for 8 classes and a huge marketplace!
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Patty Lyons is an excellent teacher and extremely knowledgeable about knitting. She loves to teach and wants every knitter to succeed. […] With this class, we will be able to take a pattern and turn it around to fit us, with all our marvelous curves. Anything, in any media and format, by this gem of a lady is well worth your time, effort, and money.
This class has given me so much information and confidence. I have loved every minute of it. […] Patty is an EXCELLENT teacher and gives you so many helpful hints. It is a must for anyone who wants to learn how to do cables and read patterns. Also, enroll in her class—Improve Your Knitting—because it too is very informative and will teach you many invaluable techniques.
Brain exploding with information – best teacher EVER. I’ve been a big fan of Patty Lyons for some time now. I have her two Craftsy classes and her Annie’s class. Recently she spoke at my guild and I bought two of her Interweave DVDs. Oh . . . my . . . god!!! I thought I was good at fixing mistakes, but I had NO idea how many tricks there were.
The class was a blast; watching demonstrations on a screen of Patty knitting made visibility so much easier as we could see the intricacies of creating each stitch. In addition she also helped each student individually with demos and explanations. I never had to worry if I was doing the technique wrong because she verified that each student fully understood before moving on.
Using as an example your perfectly fitting sweater, you reviewed and explained the critical necessity and steps involved in getting gauge, showing before and after photos of the same sweater with gauge off by just a stitch. . . Information was utterly practical, made so much sense, answered questions I didn’t even know I had. I still use my notes! Many, many handy tips.
This class is excellent!!! Worth every penny. I have been searching for some time now, to find out how to properly count which row I am on, when working cables and Patty has answered that for me. This simple answer was worth the entire price of the class. She also explains how to do the long-tail cast-on in pattern!! [...] Thank you for such a great class!!
Featured Patterns & Classes
What's in store
Sweet Heart Lace Pullover
This sweater is filled with figure-flattering details. The modern play on a sweetheart neckline, squared off and wider at the base, makes your neck look long and lean. The gentle waist shaping and half sleeves create a lovely silhouette. With simple lace detail at hems and cuffs to make it just that little bit “fancy.”
Costa Maya Cardigan: Sweater Class
Welcome to Costa Maya Sweater class. Join hundreds of knitters as we make this cardigan with lace details together! Comes with 30 video tutorials, and tons of knitting how-tos!
Leaning Diamonds Tank
This delicate lace tank will keep you cool and it won’t break the bank either! Worked in the round to the armholes and then divided for front and back, you’ll knit this up in no time. With an interesting center lace panel and i-cord straps, this in the round pattern is a fast knit. Get ready for summer with this cute little tank!
Nesting Diamond Shrug
This easy shrug is knit cuff to cuff. Stitches are picked up around the edge and short rows are used to shape the shawl collar.